News from around St. Marys.

Strong women take center stage at St. Marys Museum seminar

Following a successful presentation about stonemason John Thompson Crellin, the St. Marys Museum is continuing its seminar series with “Women of Strength.” The presentation will feature representatives from the St. Marys Community Players, who will discuss the strong female characters in their upcoming production of Steel Magnolias. The play opens on Thursday, October 27 at Town…

Celebr8 to open October 28

Running one week late Celebr8 Sports Salooon and Eatery (formerly Damens) will now be open Oct. 28 instead of Oct. 21, according to new owner Robby Smink. “From previous experience doing this, I knew that everything always costs more and takes longer than expected,” Smink said. He is now hoping to first open the back…

No-parking controversy in downtown

Town clarifies situation Some St. Marys and area residents were upset after receiving “no-parking” signs on their cars last week. After complaints to the Town, Laurel Davies Snyder, Manager of Culture and Economic Development for the Town, e-mailed the following to businesses in the downtown, to clarify the situation. “To support our Downtown businesses and…

Extra Innings – News From The Ball Hall

The Museum is closed for the season, but may be pre-booked for group tours by contacting 519-284-1838 or  baseball@baseballhalloffame.ca.  We reopen on May 5, 2017 on our spring schedule. Speaking of group tours, we recently hosted 24 members of the Tillsonburg Cruisers Car Club. Yet another bunch of satisfied visitors, they went away with good…